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Re: Sending e-mails from a pipeline...

From: Chris Maloney <voldrani@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 17:21:48 -0500
Message-ID: <CABE9g5PWCc5Y_d1SL2z0SySY4=gqPridsJnHWAxk9WGOOVGK8g@mail.gmail.com>
To: Geert Josten <geert.josten@dayon.nl>
Cc: Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>, XProc Dev <xproc-dev@w3.org>
I think it depends on how you define "user".  If you're talking about the
XProc developer, then I'd suggest, no, if she's going to be developing an
application to send emails, she's going to have to know about it, to some
extent, if only to facilitate debugging.


On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 4:57 PM, Geert Josten <geert.josten@dayon.nl> wrote:

> Is MIME something a user needs to care about? (i.e. isn't that something
> that can be shielded from the user?)
>
> Grtz
>
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Norman Walsh [mailto:ndw@nwalsh.com]
> Verzonden: dinsdag 15 november 2011 18:22
> Aan: XProc Dev
> Onderwerp: Re: Sending e-mails from a pipeline...
>
> Alex Milowski <alex@milowski.org> writes:
> >
> > We should consider a step definition for SMTP.
>
> It's tempting to try to make something simple. The simple cases seem
> to be covered by
>
>  http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-klyne-message-rfc822-xml-03
>
> Though that's clearly been stalled for, uh, 9 years.
>
> The problem with the less simple cases is handling all of the MIME
> encoding/disposition/id/boundary/etc. malarkey.
>
> We have machinery for (at least some of) MIME, in p:http-request, but
> that seems to set the bar pretty high for the simple case.
>
> Meh.
>
>                                        Be seeing you,
>                                          norm
>
> --
> Norman Walsh
> Lead Engineer
> MarkLogic Corporation
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>
>
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